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"fishing Creek Blues" Performe…d by the new lost city ramblers

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From the 2009 album "50 Years: exactly where
Do You Come From? where Do You Go?"

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-do-you-come-from-where-do-you-go/american-folk-old-abstraction/carrying into action/album/smithsonian

Collectively best-famous as the New missed City Ramblers, Mike Seeger, John Cohen, and Tom Paley were pioneers in the revivification of Southern mountain recreation during the folk execution improvement of the exsanguinous 1950s and primaeval 1960s. They brought the sounds of sure-enough old-abstraction string band performance and earliest bluegrass to zealous city and college audiences who had full-mature disillusioned with the mercantile pap of the folk boom. This set features two previously out-of-school CDs of the Ramblers textbookal Folkways recordings: The archaean Years, 1958-1962 with the archetypal trio, and Out Standing in Their Field: Volume II, 1963-1973, with Tracy Schwarz exchange Tom Paley. A newly compiled thirdly
disc,where Do You Come From? exactly where
Do You Go? celebrates the band's 50th anniversary in 2009, presenting supplementary brilliant Ramblers selections on
with their field recordings of the tralatitious Southern performanceians who empyreal them including: Dock Boggs, Roscoe Holcomb, Tom Ashley, Maybelle Carter, Elizabeth Cotten, Eck Robertson, Cousin Emmy, Reverend Gary Davis, Kilby Snow, Dillard Chandler, Dellie Norton, and the Balfa Brothers. 81 tracks, complete 3 ½ hours of recreation, 88-page booklet concluded 3 CDs. Disc #3 includes 6 antecedently
unloose songs.

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